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  • Alexa Clark

    Beaded & embroidered apricot silk velvet ball gown w/ rhinestone & sequin embellishment & silk floral corsage, by Jacques Doucet, French, 1898-1900

  • Jennifer G

    Dress (Ball Gown). Jacques Doucet (French, Paris 1853–1929 Paris). Date: 1898–1900. Culture: French. Medium: silk. Marking: [label] " Doucet, 21 Rue de la Paix, Paris." Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC, USA.

  • Terrie Shepherd

    Ball Gown #1898 #1900 #French

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1898 1900, Jacques Doucet, Rhinestones, Ball Gowns, Dresses, 1853 1929 Paris, Sequins, Metropolitan Museums, Vintage Clothing

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